Glenn has spent the last couple of years exposing indoctrination in America’s universities and public schools. Glenn has taught hours of history most Americans had never heard. He dedicated multiple shows to showing Black History that has been left out of text books in our schools, and exposed teachers pushing union and leftists agendas on students in the classroom.
Today was no different. After a story on TheBlaze.com was release about a Virginia school district defending a class of third graders singing a song called “I’m So Happy to be Part of the 99%,” Glenn pointed out the obvious fact that these children obviously didn’t write this song. I mean really? A group of third grades write and compose a song about the 99%, distribute it to their class, and decide to sing it in unison? Unlikely.
The indoctrination is becoming so blatant in our schools that teachers are openly teaching 3rd graders that there is an evil 1%, and the local school district is so okay with it that they are defending them. These are your tax dollars at work, America. Glenn pointed out several other examples of blatant indoctrination on some of our most highly acclaimed college campuses. At Columbia they’ve gone so far as to devote an entire class to Occupy Wall Street. That’s right, class credit for learning about and attending the Occupy Wall Street movement. Over at Princeton there is a new history book being released—a new anti-Tea Party history book.
So, everyone was a little shocked with an exchange that took place between Glenn and a caller today on the radio program about comments Glenn made regarding indoctrination in our schools.
CALLER: I think that what you've got here is a nice way to say and you're making a generalization. You know, I've been listening to you for a while and you're a very, very intelligent man and that comment just kind of took me off guard.
GLENN: Okay. So I have an isolated case of indoctrination in this one school?
CALLER: Well, sure. I mean, you know, look at the whole of the education society.
GLENN: I have been, Jim. Go ahead.
CALLER: And tell me what you see.
GLENN: Tell me what I see? Well, I don't know how many cases I have of songs that were song for Obama, how many cases I have of school books being changed. Now we have in Florida, you have to teach ‑‑ what is it, the new thing in Florida? You have to teach the benefits of society from homosexual history or ‑‑ I don't even know what that is. I mean, don't ‑‑ really don't try to convince people that indoctrination and agenda is not happening in a progressive industry called the teaching world.
CALLER: Progressive industry. And now are you talking about the entire country? Because here in Pennsylvania, we're about as conservative as you can get with our education.
Glenn went on to explain, there are a lot of good teachers out there, but this is a one hundred year old problem. Everyone wants to say “It’s not mine. It’s not my school. It’s not my class or my teachers,” but it’s somebody’s, and it’s getting more and more prevalent every day. The point of pointing these cases out isn’t to make education look bad, or to whine about the system. The only reason to show the public the evil things being taught to students in American schools today is so the majority of good Americans are aware of it and awake enough to stand up, speak up, and set things restore the truth.